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Many voices in the room: A national survey experiment on how framing changes views toward fracking in the US

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Join us in welcoming Alexander Ovodenko to our Global Sustainability Forum series for a discussion on how framing of environmental issues can affect policy and regulations, specifically fracking in the US. 

Alexander is a Professional Lecturer at George Washington University and previously was a Postdoctoral Research Associate and Lecturer at Washington University in St. Louis and Princeton University, respectively. His primary field was international relations, with a substantive focus on environmental policy. His research analyzes environmental policy and international institutions. 

His book, Regulating the Polluters (published by Oxford University Press), explains patterns of regulation on global environmental issues involving different markets. He has studied patterns of cooperation on regional water bodies and have a collaborative experimental project on public views toward fracking in the United States.

This event is a part of a regular forum series that occurs almost every Monday from 12:00 - 1:00 PM in Van Munching Hall 1207. The event is hosted by the Center for Global Sustainability. Check here for upcoming forums and events. 

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